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HSK
to download / also pr. [xia4 zai4]
HSK 5
to write down / to record / written account
HSK 6
to forward (a shipment) / to reprint sth published elsewhere / Taiwan pr. [zhuan3 zai4]
to load into / to record / to write into / to enter (data) / to go into (the records) / to go down (in history)
to upload
to publish
(of cargo etc) to load
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to record in writing / to carry (i.e. publish in a newspaper etc) / Taiwan pr. [zai4] / year
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to carry / to convey / to load / to hold / to fill up / and / also / as well as / simultaneously
to overload
to carry / to support / load
freight / load
to transport (people, a payload etc)
overload
serialized / published as a serial (in a newspaper)
conveyance (car, boat, aircraft etc) / vehicle / (fig.) medium / platform / vector
to bear the weight / to sustain
to load / to stow
carrier (chemistry) / vector (epidemiology) / vehicle or medium
to disembark / to off-load cargo / to uninstall (software)
singing and dancing (idiom); festive celebrations
load / carrying capacity
full to capacity / fully loaded
carrier wave
to state explicitly in writing / to specify / to stipulate
to carry a passenger / (of spaceships etc) manned / also pr. [zai3 ren2]
to take passengers on board
lit. praise fills the roads (idiom); praise everywhere / universal approbation
heavy load (on a truck)
a year, more or less / years
onboard (equipment) / to ferry cars / missile trucks
to reprint / to repost / to transmit (in writing etc)
with great virtue one can take charge of the world (idiom)
to publish (in newspapers or magazines) / to record (bookkeeping entries)
cargo stowage (shipping)
to carry / to convey / delivery / supply
to return from a rewarding journey
(of a ship, train etc) not carrying any load (i.e. no passengers or freight etc) / (electricity) no-load (used to describe the condition of a transformer when there is no load connected to its secondary coil)
passenger capacity
dead weight / weight capacity of a vehicle
load / lading (weight)
cargo
to publish
extremely rare (idiom) / once in a blue moon
carrying capacity
carrying capacity
carrier rocket
lit. cries of complaint fill the roads (idiom); complaints rise all around / discontent is openly voiced
newspaper report
about a year
Wanzai county in Yichun 宜春, Jiangxi
to refuse to take a passenger (of taxi)
half a year
half load
to convey (on vehicle) / to freight
to fill the road (also fig. clamor, cries of complaint) / to communicate a moral / to convey the Way / to express (idea, preference, complaint)
words of truth / moral expressed in words / written article explaining a moral
payload
books (in Confucian education)
truck
shipboard (radar system etc) / ship-based / carrier-based (aircraft)
weight-carrying capacity
Wanzai county in Yichun 宜春, Jiangxi
birth name of Qing emperor Guangxu 光緒|光绪
payload
frequency of carrier wave
to carry / to bear
per book / as recorded in the accounts
payload
Zai Yi (1856-1922), Manchu imperial prince and politician, disgraced after supporting the Boxers
carrier-based aircraft
to carry a boat or to overturn a boat (idiom); fig. The people can support a regime or overturn it.
to cover the road (snow, wind, hazards etc) / distance (between locations)
communications load
passenger train (or bus)
manned orbiting space station
Zebedee (name)
lit. a path covered in brambles / a course of action beset by difficulties (idiom)
singing and dancing (idiom); festive celebrations
lit. cries of complaint fill the roads (idiom); complaints rise all around / discontent is openly voiced
starved corpses fill the roads (idiom); state of famine
lit. praise fills the roads (idiom); praise everywhere / universal approbation
microscopic slide
a scholarly and inquisitive individual (idiom)
starved corpses fill the roads (idiom); state of famine
lamentations fill the roads (idiom); severe suffering all around
transport volume
drive-by download (a form of malware booby-trap) / silent drive-by download
lit. measured in cartloads and gallons / fig. by the barrowload (i.e. lots and lots) / innumerable
lit. water may keep the boat afloat but may also sink it (proverb) / fig. the people can support a regime or overturn it / if sth is used properly, one can benefit from it, otherwise it can do harm / things can be double-edged


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